Major Advisement and Resources

Major Advisement and Resources

Welcome to John Jay's new major resource pages, which will answer many of your questions, whether you are still in the process of choosing your major or have already declared it. Consider these pages a kind of one-stop shop for the information you most need to know about your major. What you find here will include:
 
  • Major requirements
  • How to meet with a major advisor
  • Advice about course planning
  • Tools to track your progress in the major
  • Career and graduate school tips and resources
 
Since this is a new project, we are still in the process of creating pages for all the majors.  If your major in the list below does not yet link to a major resource page, check back soon! We will be adding more pages throughout the Spring 2017 semester.
 

Anthropology

Cell and Molecular Biology

Computer Science and Information Security

Criminal Justice (BA) (Crime Control and Prevention)

Criminal Justice (BS) (Institutional Theory and Practice)

Criminal Justice Management (BS)

Criminology

Culture and Deviance Studies

Economics

English

Fire and Emergency Service

Fire Science

Forensic Psychology

Forensic Science

Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics

Gender Studies

Global History

Humanities and Justice

International Criminal Justice

Latin American and Latina/o Studies

Law and Society

Philosophy

Police Studies

Political Science

Public Administration

Security Management

Sociology

Spanish

Toxicology